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But among his fellow actors, he's the versatile acting everyman whose resume includes more than 180 film roles, a hundred or more television appearances, including a Golden Globe-winning performance in the title role of the mini-series “Hemingway.” Yet it's on the stage, specifically in the plays of William Shakespeare, that Keach has ... (more)
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7 hrs ago | The Business Ledger
By Steve Zalusky Daily Herald Business Ledger Writer BUFFALO GROVE -- The screens at the Buffalo Grove Theater seemed on the verge of going permanently dark last year.
11 hrs ago | Cape Cod Times
Christine Ernst will return next year with another "Fat Ass Cancer Bitch" story at Cotuit Center for the Arts.
Las Vegas appears to have a winner when it comes to hyper-specific themes. The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas has opened a concert venue intended to evoke a 1930s-era theater dropped into an Eastern European glass factory.
Ira Gershwin, whose lyrics sometimes get short shrift compared to George's music, earns his due in a new show.
Lincoln Center Theater said Sunday that both actors will play Hart at different stages of his life in a play adapted and directed by James Lapine from "Act One," Hart's autobiography.
According to studio estimates Sunday, "Frozen" led the multiplexes with a haul of $31.6 million over the weekend, taking over the top spot from "Catching Fire."
LONG BEACH >> The first new library built in North Long Beach since 1951 is scheduled to start construction in early spring, officials said.
The Fresno Community Theater, Fresno's first theater company, staged plays from 1955 to 1983, including the play in this undated photo.
Jim Jackson, left, executive director of the Millibo Art Theatre, and Scott Levy, Producing Artistic Director, Fine Arts Center, at the MAT Masquerade Ball.
La Scala's gala season premiere Saturday opened with spontaneous applause for Nelson Mandela's memory and closed with mixed reviews for "La Traviata."
In this Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013 photo, playwright Frank Higgins holds a copy of his play titled "Gunplay" at the Metropolitan Ensemble Theater in Kansas City, Mo.
It is the kind of movie that will inspire men of a certain age to memorize scenes and forever trade their favorite lines over and over.
The Public Theater takes free Shakespeare to prisons, homeless shelters, at-risk-youth centers, senior centers and rec centers as a part of their Mobile Shakespeare Unit.
The Los Angeles theater community is a step closer to forming an umbrella organization that would coordinate outreach efforts for its full range of theaters.
American Repertory Theater has scheduled a sensory-friendly performance of The Light Princess on Friday, January 3 at 2:00pm at the Loeb Drama Center, designed to create a welcoming environment for children with Autism spectrum disorders or other sensitivity issues.